Mari Ellis Dunning’s debut poetry collection, Salacia, is steeped in salt water and sea air. It’s a bracing and sensual exploration of a young woman’s life, filtered through the lenses of myth, fairy tales, darkness and love. Dunning is drawn repeatedly to the shore, lured by what can be found in the shallows: ‘A butter […]
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